. >> one of the things that killed kodak as a company is it stayed in rochester new york but all the work was happening that was a digital. so i invented and mary berra from gm but should mention from ford as well.
killed kodak as the company was that stayed in rochester new york, its headquarters and it was a really great technology company, but all the work was happening with digital and that was all in silicon valley. i think that's exciting and i've mentioned mary barra social i should mention mark field one of our alums and i know him well. he believes in connection and i think the executives get it, that they are no longer in the metal bending business although it's a part of it. they there are now and the mobility business and mobility what we said before his opportunity and mobility is a big part of our future and mobility is now dependent on wireless networks and other devices by which we control data information. he wants to be where the innovators are -- innovators are in those fields. so it's a big change and people will live differently and work differently in the future. so i hope we can get the national will to have the conversation to make this optimistic scenario come true. >> host: well, let's move in with this book we will. thank you dr. cantor. >> guest: cantor. >> guest
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